John Travolta has been avoiding the spotlight since being sued by masseurs earlier this month. The "Hairspray" actor allegedly went into hiding with his wife Kelly Preston and their kids Ella and Benjamin at a private home on a remote Bahamian island.
According to E! News, the vacation house Travolta and his family currently occupy is not the same home they were staying when his and Preston's teen son Jett died after suffering a seizure. Before jetting off the island, he was holed up at his Jumbolair gated home near Ocala, Fla.
Although Travolta attempted to stay away from the public eye, he managed to issue a statement of condolence in the wake of Robin Gibb's recent passing. "I thought Robin was one of the most wonderful people - gifted, generous, and a real friend to everyone he knew. And we'll miss him," he said.
In the meantime, Travolta's accusers have fired Okorie Okorocha as their lawyer and dropped their lawsuits against the actor, but they have hired Gloria Allred as their new lawyer. The sexual harassment case itself now has turned into a legal battle between between Okorocha and Allred.